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Investigating Image Applications Based on Spatial-Frequency Transform and Deep Learning Techniques

@article{Zheng2020InvestigatingIA,
  title={Investigating Image Applications Based on Spatial-Frequency Transform and Deep Learning Techniques},
  author={Qinkai Zheng and Han Qiu and G. Memmi and I. Bloch},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2004.02756}
}
This is the report for the PRIM project in Telecom Paris. This report is about applications based on spatial-frequency transform and deep learning techniques. In this report, there are two main works. The first work is about the enhanced JPEG compression method based on deep learning. we propose a novel method to highly enhance the JPEG compression by transmitting fewer image data at the sender's end. At the receiver's end, we propose a DC recovery algorithm together with the deep residual… Expand

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